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Ramadan 2022: Some UAE residents will fast up to 20 minutes more than others; here’s why


Ramadan 2022 in UAE: Reduced work timings for private sector announced -  News | Khaleej Times


Fasting duration during the holy month of Ramadan will vary across the UAE, as determined by your location.

UAE: Two-week spring break announced for Abu Dhabi private school students


Abu Dhabi approves plan for new public-private schools - Arabian Business

The spring break for Abu Dhabi private school pupils will begin from March 26 until April 10, according to emirate’s education regulators.

Dubai: 3 women fined Dh28,000 for filming, blackmailing man with nude video

Israel tourists stealing from Dubai hotels, report says – Middle East  Monitor


Three African women have been fined Dh28,000 and sentenced to three years in prison after they assaulted and blackmailed an Asian man.

Dubai: Man sets fire to luxury hotel apartment, broadcasts act on social media

Review: Living it up at The Palazzo Versace Dubai - Luxurylaunches


Dubai Police has arrested a man of Gulf origin for vandalising a luxury apartment in Palazzo Versace Hotel in Dubai.

Dubai: Doctors remove huge 4.4kg tumour from woman’s uterus

Al Tadawi Specialty, hospital, 21, 1 Street, Dubai — 2GIS


In a rare surgical feat, doctors at Al Tadawi Specialty Hospital in Dubai successfully removed a 4.4kg muscle tumour from the uterus of a 40-year-old patient. Measuring 29 centimeters in length, the tumour is one of the largest uterine tumours to have ever been surgically removed in the region.

Coronavirus: UAE reports 338 Covid-19 cases, 899 recoveries, no deaths


The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention on Monday reported 338 cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus, along with 899 recoveries and no deaths.

UAE weather: Fog alert issued for Monday morning; temperature to drop to 11°C


UAE weather: Fair to partly cloudy day ahead, with chance of some rain -  News | Khaleej Times

A fog alert has been issued over parts of Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi. The fog is expected to subside by 9.30am.